Apseed is looking forward to working closely with the Vietnamese government who is keen to establ...More
Apseed is working to implement a new water treatment and hydro power plant process in Vietnam...<...More
Apseed is in discussion with high level officers of the Lao Government regarding a number of projects that are of great interest to the Lao Government.
These include :
- A REDD/Carbon credit initiative on a forest area within Laos. It is hoped that a pilot program will be in place shortly
- An upgrade to the electronic postage facilities within the national post office network
- A new satellite required by the government
- A private school
- The development of a new city in central Laos
These discussions are only possible because of the high regard with which two of the Apseed directors are held in Laos and the network they have established over a number of years.
Social Housing Vietnam
The Vietnamese Government is keen to establish a range of social housing developments across Vietnam. Apseed is working towards bringing a number of social infrastructure developments to fruition.
Recent changes to the Social Housing regulations have caused delays due to uncertainty surrounding the new rules and regulations, however, the road forward is now clearer with regard to the processes required, building guidelines, town planning, government permits and so on.
Water Treatment Facility and Hydro Power Plant needed for Central Vietnam.
Apseed is in discussions to provide funding and technology for a major piece of infrastructure concerning water treatment to supply clean water for five provinces in Central Vietnam. Current technology is being reviewed and discussions have commenced with potential funders of this several project. Apseed has been provided with the authority to work closely with the Vietnamese Government to facilitate and implement major projects to provide renewable power and clean water to millions of people.
Support For Indigenous Landowners in Papua New Guinea
The Apseed Foundation has signed a co-operation agreement with two Papua New Guinea “PNG” companies to assist in management and roll out of projects for PNG Indigenous Landowners.
Mipla Resource Limited who are involved with timber developments and Australian PNG Minerals Limited who are involved in mining and exploration of minerals have both agreed to support The Apseed Foundation financially to provide important Infrastructure, Education and Health Services to Indigenous Landowners in Papua New Guinea.
Operations within Indigenous Landowner communities will commence early 2011 and will continue for several years.